CNET First Look
Kitchenaid's compact cold brew gadget is made to live in your fridgeEven though it's small enough to slide into fridges, the Kitchenaid Cold Brew Coffee Maker has room to brew in big batches.
[MUSIC] We're taking a look at Kitchen Aids cold brew coffee maker. For $130 this very well designed Product is actually made to fit into your refrigerator pretty easily. It's cube-shaped so it won't get in the way of stuff you've got in there. And it's got a handle that's made out of steel. So it's very sturdy, that enables you to carry it from your kitchen countertop after you fill it up with grounds and water and move it easily over to your refrigerator. And it's constructed from lots of premium materials including glass, steel, And has a steel spout in the front that enables you to pour out coffee without making a huge mess all over the place. It also has an optional stand if you don't want this thing to sit on the edge of your countertop. At a $130, this cold brew brewer is a bit more expensive than a lot of other system Out on the market. But those devices are actually made from plastic whereas this one is constructed from high end materials like glass and metal. It is available now.